Louidgi Beltrame, Tecnicamente dolce

Tecnicamente dolce



diptych, chromogenic print, frame

37,5  x 49,5 cm


The diptych Tecnicamente Dolce compares the half-erased cover of Michelangelo Antonioni’s eponymous script, which never became a film, with the figure of a woman reader photographed back-lit in a tropical interior. The text, which never became a film, describes the Amazonian escape of an Italian political journalist—an existential screenplay in which T, the reporter, and S, the young anthropologist, get lost in the jungle after a plane crash. Tecnicamente Dolce was supposed to end on the jungle’s edge with the city of Brasilia in the distance.


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